Cubic Technology Will Be On Display at Army Aviation Expo
Cubic Corporation (NYSE: CUB) will showcase its latest innovations and technology in tactical military communications and training for the Army Aviation industry this weekend at the AAAA Annual Forum and Exposition.
Among the highlights will be Cubic's new Multiband Miniature Transceiver (MMT), a much smaller, lighter and lower-cost integrated digital data link capable of providing voice, data and imagery information for both airborne and ground applications across four frequency bands.
"The MMT will save our customers size, weight and power, at a significantly lower cost than previous generations of data links," said Brad Feldmann, president of Cubic Defense Applications, which makes the system. "It has the potential for broad application, and is another example of Cubic innovation producing cost-effective solutions."
Cubic will also showcase its newest Personnel Locator System, the 2nd generation of a high-performance search-and-rescue system that has been used by NATO and U.S. forces for more than two decades to locate downed pilots and for other combat search and rescue missions. The advanced PLS is interoperable with all U.S. combat survival radios and standard civil emergency distress beacons. It is also compatible with many NATO survival radios.
Known as the Quad A Expo, the event is sponsored by the Army Aviation Association of America, a not-for-profit advocacy group for the U.S. Army aviation community. Companies from all over the world attend. This year, the expo is from April 1-4 at the Gaylord Opryland Hotel and Convention Center in Nashville.
Cubic technology and systems on display at the expo also will include:
- The Tactical Edge Analysis and Display System (TEADS), developed with partner 2D3, which enhances situational awareness and actionable intelligence by interconnecting intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance data links on unmanned aerial vehicles with existing tactical networks, dramatically improving the dissemination of video and other critical data to the warfighter.
- Cubic's industry-leading air combat training systems, used in live simulated battles by fighter and attack pilots all over the world to gain tactical proficiency and test their skills.
- Cubic Global Tracking Solutions' technology, which uses smart devices and satellite data links to track and monitor containers, trucks, equipment, pallets and almost anything else anywhere in the world, 24 hours a day.
Source : Cubic Corporation (NYSE: CUB)
Dec 9, 2014 - London, United Kingdom